Summa Theologica (Part 2.2)

by Thomas Aquinas

Authentic Publishers | January 5, 2012 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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This brilliant synthesis of Christian thought has had a decisive and permanent impact on religion since the 13nth century and has become substantially the official teaching of the Catholic Church. The Summa Theologica, as the title indicates, is a summing up of all that can be known about God and humanity's relations with God. It is divided into three parts dealing with god, man, and the God-man respectively. It consists of 38 tracts, 631 questions, about 3000 articles, 10,000 objections and their answers. Essential reading for all who are interested in core Christian thought.

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Published: January 5, 2012

Publisher: Authentic Publishers

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 1780789602

ISBN - 13: 9781780789606

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Summa Theologica (Part 2.2)

by Thomas Aquinas

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: January 5, 2012

Publisher: Authentic Publishers

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1780789602

ISBN - 13: 9781780789606

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This brilliant synthesis of Christian thought has had a decisive and permanent impact on religion since the 13nth century and has become substantially the official teaching of the Catholic Church. The Summa Theologica, as the title indicates, is a summing up of all that can be known about God and humanity's relations with God. It is divided into three parts dealing with god, man, and the God-man respectively. It consists of 38 tracts, 631 questions, about 3000 articles, 10,000 objections and their answers. Essential reading for all who are interested in core Christian thought.